Amazon Reports Two New Cybersecurity Initiatives
Aug 26, 2021 By MarketDepth
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has reported two new security initiatives to aid organizations and individuals from cybersecurity threats. Beginning in October, Amazon will offer its cybersecurity training materials to the public. These cybersecurity training materials has been developed to keep employees and sensitive information safe from cyberattack. Amazon will offer qualified AWS customers a free multi-factor authentication device that is designed to further secure their environments and protect their assets from cyberattacks. “A fundamental problem when addressing current cybersecurity threats is education, which is why we’re excited to share our Amazon Security Awareness training for free to help organizations and individuals understand how to navigate and fight against security events,” said Steve Schmidt, Chief Information Security Officer of AWS. “And by giving qualified AWS customers access to free MFA tokens, we’ve made it even easier for companies to use this powerful tool to protect their data and important technology assets.”
- Amazon Security Awareness: Organizations and individuals require security training to identify and keep themselves safe from cyberattacks. Often, they lack time to take hours long training courses. Amazon has designed a digestible curriculum that is used with its employees to educate and anticipate possible security threats.
- Multi-Factor Authentication: Highly sensitive information, i.e. customer information, personal documents, company technology and infrastructure assets require stronger tools to protect data. Qualified AWS account holders may receive a MFA device at no additional cost that provide customers with a stronger security posture.